This is a repeating eventnovember 6, 2022 7:00 pm
wed02nov7:00 pmLatin X Theatre Project Performance: Arrivals & SalidasCXF Platform
LatinX Theatre Project is hosting a Dia de los Muertos celebration on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2022 from 6-8p at CACHE 214 S. Main
LatinX Theatre Project is hosting a Dia de los Muertos celebration on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2022 from 6-8p at
CACHE 214 S. Main St. Springdale, AR.
This is a free event with a requested donation of $10.
Please join us as we remember lost ones on Dia de los Muertos, Nov 2 and preview our newest play, Arrivals Y Salidas. This
free community event will pay tribute to and remember the individuals who were part of our community. LXTP, along with
community members such as One Community, Springdale High School, and LIFE program at NWACC , etc. have created a
special showcase of ofrendas to honor these important people in our history. There will be plenty of pan dulce from local
panadería. There will be a special community ofrenda that invites the community to contribute by commemorating the people
in their own lives who have passed.
About our play, Arrivals y Salidas will be the centerpiece of our Platform project. This play follows a group of traveling
strangers as they make their way to Mexico for a community celebration of Dia De Los Muertos. Their stories of identity,
social and economic hardships, failure, triumphs, grief and family turns their uncomfortable bus ride into a journey of
self-reflection and acceptance.
The ofrendas will be available for viewing November 2-5 at CACHE 214 S. Main St. Springdale, AR.
Tickets to play will be available through Eventbrite. This event and play are possible because of The Platform award from the Creative Exchange Fund (CXF)
BACKGROUND:LatinX Theatre Project (LXTP) is a socially engaged theatre group of professionals and young artists-in-training that is
committed to continuing an inclusive conversation about community identity through its devised theatre performances. The
content of LXTP’s work not only includes original dialogue, movement, music, poetry, and rap; but also brings a focus to the
authentic representation of Latinx voices in the arts and community. Embarking on its fifth year, the project continues to
develop new performances for the community in the Northwest Arkansas region.
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm
214 S Main St, Springdale, AR 72764